BECG continues to rise up the PR Week Top 150

BECG have risen up the annual PR Week Top 150 Rankings for a fourth consecutive year taking us to 55. We also celebrated another year in the top 3 of the Public Affairs Rankings.

Stephen Pomeroy, Chief Executive of BECG who featured in PR Week’s 2020 Power Book, commented:

I am tremendously proud of the BECG team as  the consultancy continues to go from strength to strength. Over the past year, we have invested heavily in our digital services and video production team. We have also seen a significant bringing together of our crisis and risk services to support client public affairs strategies and wider corporate communications.

We continue to invest in our strong team of people and provide them with the opportunity to grow their expertise, sector specialism and understanding of the wider social and economic environment that affects our clients. Despite the current challenge that we are all facing due to COVID-19, I look forward to building on our success in 2020 and into next year.

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been guiding our clients through the various challenges that have faced the built environment and healthcare sectors.

From providing digital communication tools, such as virtual exhibitions, to help property developers continue with their planning consultations to assisting the launch of a new COVID-19 Housing and Employment Taskforce alongside their client Communities that Work.

We also supported AbScent to launch a world-wide scientific study to assess the possible relationship between respiratory illness (e.g .COVID-19, influenza or the common cold) and their effects on smell and taste.

We were also instrumental in launching a Women in Property podcast, The Word, in April, and our own BECGconversation podcast is leading the conversation on how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted the property and infrastructure sectors and how to promote a rapid recovery.

For more information, contact Emma Hughes.